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Nuance AutoStore Awarded Renewal of U.S. Army Certificate of Networthiness

Press release from the issuing company

Industry Leading Capture Solution Meets Stringent 
Army Standards for Enterprise Software
BURLINGTON, Mass. – Nuance Communications, Inc., a leading provider of speech and imaging solutions, today announced the U.S. Army has issued a renewal Certificate of Networthiness for Nuance AutoStore software version 7. The certification confirms the AutoStore document and data capture platform meets the strict U.S. Army and Department of Defense requirements for security, compatibility, supportability and sustainability required for products on the Army’s enterprise network.  
Nuance has extensive experience in deploying the AutoStore platform throughout the U.S. Government, enabling secure document capture and print services to tens of thousands of users. The U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, National Guard, Department of Veterans Affairs and many civilian agencies currently use the Nuance platform, including every U.S. Army military treatment facility nationwide.  
“This Certificate of Networthiness further validates AutoStore addresses the Department of Defense’s high standards and requirements for securely delivering documents into workflows,” said Chris Strammiello, vice president of global alliances & strategic marketing, Nuance. “The AutoStore platform is proven to increase mission productivity and delivers ROI for solutions placed throughout the Federal government.”  
AutoStore provides a secure method of managing document capture and transfer to support information assurance policies and protect personally identifiable information on transmitted documents on both the NIPRNet and SIPRNet. It provides a unique experience designed with a responsive and intuitive interface for speed in capturing critical document information with as little interaction as possible using real-time connections to government systems for rapid and error free processing. 

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